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      Season 4 – Incredible Hulk

      1980 Drama Fantasy List
      Reviews 75% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Dr. David Banner is a widowed scientist caught in the middle of an experiment gone bad. As a result, whenever Banner gets extremely upset or stressed out, he turns into a huge green monster called the Incredible Hulk, with awesome strength and rage to match. To keep from being discovered, Banner lives a nomadic life, traveling from town to town in search of a cure and helping people where he can, all the while trying to avoid suspicious reporter Jack McGee, who wants to expose Banner and the Hulk. "Don't make me angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry," Banner warns McGee in more than one episode. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Jul 12 Buy Now

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Nov 7, 1980 Prometheus Trapped halfway through his transformation by meteor radiation, Banner and a blinded girl are taken to a research facility. Details Episode 2 Aired Nov 14, 1980 Prometheus The Hulk must escape from the research facility's underground labyrinth; guest Monte Markham. Details Episode 3 Aired Nov 21, 1980 Free Fall A corrupt politician sabotages an aerial exhibition team employing Banner; guest Sam Groom. Details Episode 4 Aired Dec 5, 1980 Dark Side Self-experimentation releases Banner's primitive impulses; guest Rosemary Forsyth. Details Episode 5 Aired Dec 12, 1980 Deep Shock Power-plant worker Banner receives an electrical jolt which enables him to see the future. Details Episode 6 Aired Jan 9, 1981 Bring Me the Head of the Hulk Seeking a magazine's $1 million reward, a mercenary lures Banner to an isolated laboratory. Details Episode 7 Aired Jan 16, 1981 Fast Lane Banner contracts for a cross-country trip in a car loaded with mob loot. Details Episode 8 Aired Jan 23, 1981 Goodbye Eddie Cain A private detective (Cameron Mitchell) pegs Banner as an extortion suspect. Details Episode 9 Aired Feb 6, 1981 King of the Beach A muscleman (Lou Ferrigno) dreams of winning enough money to open a beach cafe. Details Episode 10 Aired Feb 13, 1981 Wax Museum Banner helps a young woman whose father left her a wax museum, now run by her unscrupulous uncle. Details Episode 11 Aired Feb 20, 1981 East Winds Seeking gold hidden in Banner's apartment, a gang awards him a Chinese mail-order bride; guest William Windom. Details Episode 12 Aired Mar 6, 1981 The First Banner investigates legends of another scientist, dead 30 years, who underwent a Hulk-type metamorphosis. Details Episode 13 Aired Mar 13, 1981 The First David must decide between ending his own torment with the rediscovered antidote or ridding the world of the Hulk's dangerous predecessor. Details Episode 14 Aired Mar 27, 1981 The Harder They Fall David 'Blackwell' is paralyzed; He becomes convinced the Hulk's powers could make him walk again. Details Episode 15 Aired Apr 3, 1981 Interview With the Hulk A science reporter passing himself off as McGee recognizes Banner; guest Michael Conrad. Details Episode 16 Aired Apr 17, 1981 Half Nelson A wrestler's exaggerated boasts get Banner in trouble with the mob. Details Episode 17 Aired May 15, 1981 Danny Banner tries to protect a mother and child from a family of outlaws; guest Don Stroud. Details Episode 18 Aired May 22, 1981 Patterns A factory owner in debt to the mob labels Banner as his partner. Details Next
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      Previous Steve Weintraub Collider Despite the new narrative arenas opened by embracing The Incredible Hulk's comic book roots, season four starts to show the fatigue that eventually overtakes all successful television series. Feb 27, 2018 Full Review Scott Chitwood "The First" also happens to feature a second Hulk which, to this day, still freaks me out. He was played by prolific stuntman Dick Durock. Feb 23, 2018 Full Review Next
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      Previous steve d The formula has gotten really old but Bixby is still doing great work. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Frank Orsatti, Jack Colvin, Reza Badiyi, Barry Crane, Kenneth Johnson, John McPherson, Bill Bixby, Patrick Boyrivan, Michael Vejar, Mark A. Burley, Nick Havinga
      Executive Producer
      Kenneth Johnson
      Andrew Schneider, Kenneth Johnson, Reuben Leder, Nicholas Corea, Ruel Fischmann, Diane Frolov, Karen Harris, Carol Baxter
      TV-PG (V)
      Drama, Fantasy
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Nov 7, 1980
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